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are going to be all over the place. joining us from oklahoma city dr. keith smith who has a surgery practice. and from dallas, texas, dr. brooks, an orthopedic surgeon. doctor, i understand you don't take any medicaid or health insurance at all. >> that's correct, bill. >> why? >> i don't think i can do a author job. i don't believe in running people through my practice. i don't believe in a volume practice. and the new laws really would necessitate my pushing people through, not doing a thorough job. >> why? why couldn't you do a thorough job? you got to explain it to us there. you are in the office, and the people come in, and they have health insurance and medicaid. what would prevent you from doing the usual good job that you do? >> well, it's a time factor. in order to get a good history, it takes ten or 15 minutes. the fees are so low that i couldn't afford to keep my doors open. so i had to make a choice. either keep my doors open and practice medicine quickly, or get rid of the insurance and practice medicine the way i wanted. >> people come to you. they pay the full boat. you send t
a change? >> you know, i noticed a change back when i was the mayor of our city and i sanctioned and he a protestorred and participated in our nativity scene. >> that was wasilla. what year was that? >> in the early 2,000s is when i started hearing from people saying you are not going it be able to keep this up, madam mayor. somebody is going to sue you for allowing god to be recognized in the public square. >> so early 2,000? >> yeah. >> it started to come in. >> in my life, yes. >> right. me too. >> yeah. >> pretty much 10 years ago. and then it reached its apex when some major corporations ordered their employees not to say merry christmas, do you remember that? >> yes. >> i think you have some examples in your book about that. >> i do. >> then we said to people maybe you don't want to shop at these places. then suddenly like santa they changed. >> well, what i recognized in the book, too though, are those businesses that are bold enough to not allow that double standard to be applied. and their employees can say what they want to say. and they can freely express their acknowledgment
. ♪ >>> 'tis the season to be jolly, but not for some atheists. a huge billboard in new york city's times square attacking americans who believe, but why? >> sit down and shut up, you idiot, and let me answer the question, and if you don't like it, stop acting like an idiot. >> and "gq" magazine with christie. >> we are a family, so we're going to deal with this as a family. >>> caution, you are about to enter the no-spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >>> hi. i'm bill o'reilly! thanks for watching us tonight. is the federal government hurting or helping working americans? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. even though there was good economic news today, which lou dobbs will analyze shortly, the key indicator of economic strength in america, wages, remains flat. this year, the average hourly wage in this country has increased by just 2%. many economists believe because there aae not enough jobs, workers have to take less pay. seems to make sense. president obama, though, he believes that the federal government can change that situation. however, in five years
body. joining us from kansas city, "time" magazine editor at large who wrote a story for the magazine about the growing problem with wild animals. so i understand it's bears and deer right now in america. they are the two big problems. let's take bears first. i mean, this woman was in a suburb of orlando, was walking her dogging in a housing subdivision. this bearsubdivision. the bear comes running out of there. is that what happened? >> it is happening all over the country, bill. new jersey, where you -- right next to you, they have the densest human population in the united states, some 3,000 bears. they have had to reinstitute hunting for bears within neighborhoods. and at least in five states, we have had elementary schools that have had to go to lockdown because they have black bears prowling the school yards. so it is a significant problem. and deer -- >> is it because of conservation in the past that has allowed the bears to breed? is that the crux of it? >> yeah, we originally came and settled this continent and almost wiped out the wild life in north america. by the middle of
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